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New Luton Town Stadium: All you need to know - Tickets, Direction, Weather (2022)

Luton Town is currently in the process of building a new stadium to replace their current ground, Kenilworth Road.

New Luton Town Stadium

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Nicole Sommer - Soccer expert Last updated: Friday, 01.July 2022 — 3min read

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Since the 1990s, Luton Town has been trying to build a new stadium to replace their current ground, Kenilworth Road. However, due to a lack of funding, these plans have not succeeded. Plans to build a new squash club in Luton's town centre took a more concrete form in 2015 after the club identified the Power Court site on the railway tracks as their preferred location. They started a public consultation process in the summer of 2016 and purchased the land later that year, but progress has since slowed down while seeking planning permission.

The club had originally hoped to move into the stadium by 2020, but this has now been pushed back to 2024 at the earliest. If construction works are to begin in early 2022, this would have to happen soon after the end of 2020.

The planned new Luton Town stadium is anticipated to have a capacity of 17,500 seats, roughly 7,500 more than the Kenilworth Road stadium. If circumstances (e.g. promotion to the Premier League) changed, the planned new Luton Town stadium could have a capacity of 23,000 seats.

The stadium will be part of a larger regeneration project that will include new residential apartments, a hotel, retail space, and various bars and restaurants. The club hopes to fund the project by developing land it owns elsewhere along the M1 motorway.

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Ground provides a place for other events. I have been in Australia since 1968 and have been a Luton man all along. Good luck to you. Of course the ground provides a place for other events. I have been living in Australia since 1968 and have always been a Luton man. Good luck to you.

We won the replay at Maine Road 3-1! We stood in the roofless Kenilworth Rd end in the pouring rain. Dennis Law scored the 6 goals. There were 29000+ at that game. The new stadium is too small, needs to be three0000.

It will be some time before the new stadium is ready. I have supported Luton since 1957 and went to the FA cup match when we were losing 6-2 to Man City; then abandoned the second half. We won the replay at Maine Road 3-1 !!! Standing in the roofless Kenilworth Rd end in the pouring rain, Dennis Law scored the 6 goals. There were 29000+ at that game. The new stadium is too small, needs to be three0000.

I find it shameful that Luton is continually thwarted by bureaucracy and faceless planners who have no commercial concept of the damage their tardy decision making has. It's time for Luton to stand behind their team and support progress.

I am extremely disappointed in Luton Town Football Club for their unwillingness to support progress. They have been continually thwarted by bureaucracy and faceless planners who have no commercial concept of the damage their tardy decision making has caused. This should shame them, and I urge them to get behind their team and support progress.

Roderic Fountain wrote: It is a fantastic location for a stadium, but the design lacks imagination and reminds me of the New Den, which is probably the most miserable stadium in the whole of Europe. Much better is required.

I think the location for a stadium is fantastic, but the design of it is not very imaginative and reminds me of the New Den, which is probably one of the most miserable stadiums in Europe. Much more imagination is needed.

! Barrie Evans wrote on January 9, 2018 at 12:14 am: I have been a supporter of the club since 1945 and have played for the schoolboys team in 1950-51. After all the down times the club has faced this season and with a new stadium being planned, it is well deserved. I encourage everyone in town to support their heritage and come out to support our club.

A supporter of the club since 1945,played for schoolboys 1950_51. After all the downs endured by the club promotion this season and a new stadium is long overdue, I urge everyone to come out and support their heritage.

Brian Block wrote on January 3, 2018 at 9:09 PM: I've followed the Hatters since 1948. In the fifties, I remember speaking with Charles Jeyes (then Chairman) about a new ground. The new design (though quite nice) is to me very limiting. After all these years, you'd think that it would hold a minimum of 25,000 and be situated closer to the motorway. The team is doing well now and may possibly move on through the leagues (a la Swansea City) after all these years, you've got to think big in order to become a big club and not a provincial one.

I have followed the Hatters since 1948 and I remember speaking with Charles Jeyes about a new ground in the late 1950s. The new design (though quite nice) is to me very limiting. After all these years, you would have thought that it would hold a minimum of 25,000 and be situated closer to the motorway.

The team is doing well now and could potentially move on through the leagues after all these years. You have to think big in order to become a big club and not a provincial one.

After years of seeking new facilities adjacent to the M1, I was disappointed to learn that an inferior alternative location had been proposed. I have become disillusioned with the club, and no longer follow them closely either at home or away.

I have been a supporter of the club for many years, and I am now 52 years old. After long-held ambitions of new facilities adjacent to the M1, which to me would suggest excellent business sense, I was very disappointed when a limited disappointing alternative location was proposed. I no longer follow the club independently; instead, I only follow it through the media.

George wrote on 7 December 2017 at 3:55 am that Luton Town Football Club deserves a new stadium. The present one has seen better days, and getting behind the club will make it happen. Come on you Hatters!

Luton Town Football Club deserves a new stadium, which would provide them with a much needed upgrade from their present one.

Get behind the club to make it happen.

Come on you Hatters.

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